Thomas Jefferson's Lack Of Knowledge

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Crawford's Essay describes a multitude of inhibiting and devaluing knowledge and achievements. In regards to office work. Now in his theory office work can devalue achievements, with the monotonous cubicle life. As an example, he directs us to is the Quota which he's constantly rushing to complete, and when he does complete them he exhausts himself in the process and ultimately ends up feeling trapped within his own contradiction. So instead of the feeling of achievement after completing his quotas the large workload and more quotes that are initially in his future thus devalued all sense of achievement leaving him trapped and unsatisfied. But while it may like achievement he required his personal knowledge to create fifteen and eventually twenty-eight articles a day. With him using the pre-internal knowledge it's not knowledge in its regular…show more content…
Hirka fells the world outside and your relationship to it is important as he regards these as different levels of knowledge. Crawfords office tasks fail to have value for their is a lack of relationship and the world personally to him and Crawford internal states are completely lacking in the experience of knowledge Hurka would site that without any satisfaction and constant contempt of your working environment fail to have any value to your own knowledge. Though manual work succeeds in have intrinsic value for achievement, for this, we go to what Hurka says p(98) “To have its full value your achieving goal cant be a matter of luck. You have to have pursue the goal intelligently”. Another example with Crawford's manual work is when he is tearing apart a brand new motorcycle to retrieve his feeler gauge was not a matter of luck but rather a goal pursued intelligently ultimately succeeding in its value of achievement and remaining in context with Hurkas
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